Archive for the ‘Short Film’ Category

Leviathan Ages // A Short Film by Jon Yeo

Bound in ancient celestial ballet, nine dead Kings arise to claim a fallen Emperor.

A short film by Jon Yeo • Featuring narration by Robert Blythe & an original score by Radium.

The Thing Under The Tree by Lily Fang

Gabby keeps bothering her older sister Tam to play, so Tam tells a story about a monster that lives in the forest. Whatever you do, she says, you can’t let it see your face…

Directed by Lily Fang • Voices: Megan Alston, Bea Pearson • Music by Zuzanna Ziolkowska.

Bite Of The Tail by Song E Kim

Life is a constant struggle for a husband and wife. She is suffering from stomach pain, and the doctor has no clue about a cure. Meanwhile, her husband is on his own journey of hunting a snake.

Written & directed by Song E Kim.

Manhunt: The End Is Near

Manhunt” is a dark, surrealistic revenge fantasy of animals on humans for the mess they have made • Produced by Northern Lights Films.

The core idea for this short film is to switch the roles of humans and animals, hunters hunted, to show how the world could be like from the animals’ perspectives, and to put us humans in their shoes.

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Jamón by Iria López

José is a teenage pig living in a Spanish town; he is the only pig in his family. One day a new neighbour moves in next door, and José starts to come to terms with who he really is.

Graduation film directed & animated by Iria López. It’s a traditionally-animated film with silkscreen printed backgrounds made at the National Film & Television School.

Angels & Ghosts

Based on a true story, award-winning short Angels & Ghosts tells the emotive tale of Amber, a young woman on a quest to find her brothers who have disappeared.

Combining documentary style storytelling with animated drama Angels & Ghosts deftly explores the potent themes of mental health and family bonds, giving a unique insight into an extraordinary complex and often dark world.

Directed by Sara Kenney • Narrated by Samantha Morton • Art Direction by Graham Carter.

“Brumes d’Automne” (1928) :: Re-scored by Plastikman

Brumes d’automne” (1928) // Re-scored by Plastikman (2014).

Commissioned as part of Bertrand Bonello’s ‘Résonances’ exhibition at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, September 2014.

Written & directed: Dimitri Kirsanoff • Starring: Nadia Sibirskaïa.

Osmo by Vadim Draempaehl

Directed & animated by Vadim Draempaehl • Produced by Tina Draempaehl.

Music by Ben Kloss • SoundFx by Sibin Vassilev.

The Missing Scarf

Albert the Squirrel makes a startling discovery… an empty space where once his favourite scarf lay. He heads off into the forest only to find everyone else is preoccupied with worries of their own. He helps who he can before moving on but never seems to get any closer to his goal. Ultimately, Albert’s problem is put in perspective by the friends he helped and the problems they faced and overcame together.

Writer // Animator // Director: Eoin Duffy.
Narrator: George Takei • Producer: Jamie Hogan.

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Father // An Animated Documentary Film

When did you last talk with your father? Will you ever ask him about those things that hurt you?

In FATHER the reality of life is turned upside down to create an impossible dialogue – the dialogue between a child and a father that never happens.

Animated documentary film based on five true stories.

Directors: Ivan Bogdanov, Moritz Mayerhofer, Asparuh Petrov, Veljko Popovic, Rositsa Raleva, Dmitry Yagodin • Script: Ivan Bogdanov & Phil Mulloy • Music: Petar Dundakov.

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